The quest by GoDaddy.com founder Bob Parsons to build his own Augusta National in Scottsdale
It was a very good weekend to be Roger Penske. Of course, when you're a successful businessman and race team owner like Penske, you have a lot of good weekends. But as Team Penske's Joey Logano won the pole for Sunday's Sprint Cup Kobalt...Show More Summary
If you're confused at what exactly you're looking at above, it is the famed 17th hole at Augusta National just without her most famous addition. Yes, the above photo is courtesy of Mark Immelman, brother of former Masters champion Trevor...Show More Summary
After yesterday’s news that the famous Eisenhower Tree was destroyed in the recent ice storms in Georgia, I dug through my library and found a couple of photos of the […]
The world tributes are pouring in for Augusta National's Eisenhower Tree
For golfers competing at Augusta National Golf Club in the upcoming Masters this April, the course just got a little bit easier. The Eisenhower Tree, an enormous loblolly pine that has famously annoyed golfers ranging from President Eisenhower to Tiger Woods, was cut down this...
The iconic Loblolly Pine that thwarted golfers for generations was removed by Augusta National staff late last week after a heavy dose of ice and snow damaged the tree beyond repair. The funny part is there are no photos of the tree being removed. Show More Summary
Sad news from the home of the Masters Tournament, Augusta National Golf Club. The famous Eisenhower Tree lining the left side of the 17th hole was destroyed by the recent […]
The Masters will have a very different look in April, one that even the most gifted greenskeepers in the world could not prevent. The iconic Eisenhower Tree on the 17th fairway was so badly damaged by the ice storm that ravaged Georgia and the Southeast last week that it had to be removed over the […]
The Eisenhower Tree, so much a part of Augusta National that not even a sitting U.S. president could Augusta Ice Storm Puts An End To Eisenhower Tree - -
One of golf's most famous trees has been felled by an ice storm—nearly 60 years after then-President Dwight Eisenhower tried and failed to have it removed from Augusta National Golf Club. The tree, a loblolly pine believed to have been up to 125 years old, was located 210 yards...
The Eisenhower Tree, so much a part of Augusta National that not even a sitting U.S. president could have it taken down, was removed from the 17th hole this weekend because of damage from an ice storm, the club said Sunday.
(Reuters) - Augusta National's famed Eisenhower Tree, an iconic image at the Masters tournament, survived an attempt by the former U.S. president to have it chopped down but it could not survive a severe winter storm.
The most famous course in America loses a landmark after recent ice storms. Almost every hole at Augusta National has a signature landmark, whether it's a spot on the fairway, a hazard, a bunker, a green, a bridge, or a tree. It's aShow More Summary
The famous Eisenhower Tree on the 17th hole at Augusta National has been removed because of damage from the ice storm.
Mother Nature continues to hit Augusta National hard. A 4.4 magnitude earthquake hit Augusta, Ga. on Friday and the impact may have caused damage to a water tower located near Augusta National Golf Club. The tower, which can be seenShow More Summary
More ice storm photos from just outside the gates of Augusta National
With nine traffic deaths and a half-million homes without power according to this report, the turfgrass concerns of Augusta National and 2014 U.S. Open host Pinehurst pale in comparison.
It has been a pretty tough winter for Augusta natives, as winter weather has wrecked havoc on the area. The most famous golf course in the world is one of those that has been beaten up by Mother Nature, and that happened again on Wednesday...Show More Summary
The ice and snow storm that is ravaging the Southeast and Eastern seaboard has Augusta National Golf Club, home of the Masters in 57 days, squarely in its path. By late morning, trees and shrubs were snapping from the weight of ice and nearly 200,000 people in the Atlanta area were without power. At the […]